There were several months not long ago when I wasn’t very active on the blogging front, but I was somewhat productive on the quilting front.
Here are a few finishes and other thangs I haven’t shared w/y’all.
This Disappearing Nine Patch was made for my grandbaby Cali who was born last August.
This is my 1st version of Straits and Arrows, and it was made for my great/grand nephew Kyrie, born last September.
I made this lovely for a little of a close family friend. The pattern is called Kite Flight by Janice Ryan for Robert Kaufman. My colors remind me of strawberries, bananas and ice cream!
This butterfly fabric was short curtains me and a friend found at Goodwill. I recycled them into long curtains for her nursery.
This is an old Southern Belle quilt I ditched for a friend. It was made by her elderly aunt who passed away a couple of years ago. I love all the different fabric combinations she used.
My grandson started a Jelly Roll Race quilt. I’m trying to get him ready for Kids Sew Camp this Summer which he is finally old enough to attend. He turned 10yrs old in February.
He comes to visit every other weekend. He recently started bringing his Xbox 360 w/him so I decided to make him something nice to transport it in. I found a duffle bag pattern, picked out fabric of his favorite colors and made this awesome bag.And guess what? It’s too small! The Xbox 360 doesn’t even fit! But he loves the bag anyway.
My friend Izola (@throughmyeyes on IG) made me this gorgeous, crocheted shrug. Thanks Izola!
My friend Kelly (@mommaneo on IG) gave me this cute Binding Baby (made by @doohiikeydesigns on IG). Thanks Kelly!
My last share of the day is from my friend Katy of KatyQuilts (@katyquilts on IG). She made me this super cute mini. Thanks Katy! Katy spent several months in AZ this past winter and I’m going to visit her in Michigan in August. We have plans attend the AQS Quilt Show in Grand Rapids. We’re both super excited about this!
This concludes today’s post. Thanks for visiting!
A Thread for Life
Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else. Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.- 1 Thes. 5:15-18 NIV